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  1. According to MSDN the drop shadow is provided by the OS, see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/shell/thumbnail-providers#thumbnail-adornments.
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  2. I had a go with this and indeed I found the odd problem with Object Bevel which tended to break up some of the curved parts of the text. This is the best I could do in a 10 minute try using an appropriate font and mostly Drop Shadow and Object Bevel plus duplicating the font layer, darkening the lowest and slightly off-setting it. Not great but possibly on the right track. Tried the Emboss and Metallize plugin too and didn't like them much for this particular job.
    1 point
  3. Sorry the ReadMe file in the shellextensions zip was empty. Which makes it a bit difficult to install the dlls 😞 So here is a new zip WITH installation guide. bmp+bmrl.thumbnail.shellextension.zip Before installation (.bmrl already assigned to open with paint.net) After installation .bmps containing athe BMRL format are showing RL in the top left corners. And .bmrl files the image plus the associated application.
    1 point
  4. I created shell extensions to show thumbnails of .bmrl files and .bmp files (containing bmrl) in the Windows FileExplorer. (removed .zip) First time I did it in c# (based on a project on github, see readme). Astonishing that this works 😉 Maybe it would make sense to add a RL Marker to the .bmp thumbnails so that users already know that they can't be opened easily in a image processing tool.
    1 point
  5. Did you uninstall GhostScript v9.27 before installing the older v9.26? They copy into the same gs folder and I think that the newer version is still trying to load the PDF into Paint.NET.
    1 point
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